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Old 16.12.2009, 17:45
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my downloads seems to be restarting for no reason for watever files i download . after since i took it to service 3 weeks back . i tot it was avg but i tried to del it and the same problem still persist .

anyone can help me ? it's tends to restart like in 10 seconds after the download starts for no reason , either it restart the download all by itself and cause my com to lag or it shows connection timed out or something like this

btw the service man said something about like , he cleared my registry or something ? just adding this as it might help ?

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Old 16.12.2009, 23:48
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logfile? (menubar ? log,then click uploadbutton and give url)
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Old 17.12.2009, 03:41
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does disc space actually concern all these ? my dl seems to be working fine now after i transfer one whole chunk of files into my hdd . i'm not so sure , i will get back to try to download again at night , since it's more stable during the morning usually .

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Old 17.12.2009, 04:03
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menubar is above the button
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Old 17.12.2009, 15:18
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http://jdownloader.net:8081/pastebin...7dbf4379f75355

http://jdownloader.net:8081/pastebin...downloader.net


one of these is the log , sorry for the wait , the problem finally came again when i was trying to dl a minute ago . =/
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Old 18.12.2009, 03:01
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please use less chunks!!
set max downlaods anad max connections to 1-2
thats enough to download with 2mbyte/s
you are using 20 chunks, no wonder that you have connections issues. im very sure you dont have that fast conneciton
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Old 18.12.2009, 17:44
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http://jdownloader.net:8081/pastebin...ef2f048cea8378

tried your way , but still couldn't work ..... =/
here's the new log
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Old 19.12.2009, 12:33
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Please, allow java.exe and javaw.exe in your firewall and virus software. Also disable html/web scanner in your virus software.
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Old 19.12.2009, 20:00
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i dun have any anti virus installed nor any firewall on .
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Old 29.12.2009, 19:48
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I face the same problem(s) also.

This occurred when after upgrading to version 0.9.579.

Before that I never had such problems, even concurrently downloading maximum number of files - 20.

I uninstalled jdownloader and reinstall fresh, but the problem is still unresolved.

Every time it reached "socket time out: read time out", it stopped downloading. I right click to resume. When I click on "resume", the file will start from 0kb, and not from where it stopped.

Care to advice how to resolve this. It's getting on my nerves.
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Old 30.12.2009, 15:03
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If you don't have any firewall or virus software to configure, please also reduce Max.Con. (bottom right corner of jD window) to 1 or 2 and see whether that helps.
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Old 01.01.2010, 06:02
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Tried. Even downloading files 1 by 1. It still goes into auto restarting
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Old 01.01.2010, 12:05
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I assume you set Max.con. to 1 or 2.

Can you download the files with your browser?

If yes, then something is blocking jD. The only two categories of software that can block jD are virus and firewall software, but you wrote you don't have them. Are you running a BitTorrent client?

If no, then it's a generic Internet or host connection problem. I would contact your ISP or seek help on other forums as well. Do you use the auto reconnect feature? If yes, then disable it.

If the problems persist after you've followed all recommendations, please post some example links and a detailed log.

Look here for logging instructions.
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